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Selected Media Coverage: November 20, 2003

**Lehigh in the News** {online press clippings from other news sources}

NEA Today Today (Readership: 8,505,000)
And Speaking of Lunch...

Research by Karen Evans Stout, associate professor of educational leadership at Lehigh, was picked up by NEA Today, the official publication of the National Education Association. "A study out of Lehigh University shows the time children now have to eat is rapidly declining--it's now on average 15 minutes, less time than people in prisons get for their meals," the article said. "The fix: Stout suggests giving American kids at least 25 minutes to eat. That way they get 'a community experience--one in which they learn from the positive interaction with their peers.'" (Scroll down)
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Bio World Today
Life Science Greenhouse of Central Pennsylvania will partner with Lehigh on a federally-funded program to develop a regional biotechnology research infrastructure and workforce. The partnership will be supported by a $1.4 million National Science Foundation grant that was awarded to help give the university's year-old bioengineering program a technical entrepreneurial focus. BioWorld is the worldwide biotechnology news and information source.
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The Express Times (Circulation: 48,223)
Ciasulli Gets His First College Win on 2nd Try

Freshman redshirt Matt Ciasulli bounced back from an opening-night loss to record a first-period fall over Pittsburgh's Adam Curry as Lehigh manhandled the Panthers 31-9 before a crowd of 1,813 at Leeman-Turner Arena at Grace Hall. "I was pumped to get out on the mat again," Ciasulli said. Lehigh, ranked No. 2 nationally by Amateur Wrestling News and third by InterMat Wrestling, won eight of 10 bouts against the overmatched Panthers. "We were much more relaxed tonight," Lehigh coach Greg Strobel. "The anxiety of opening night was gone and it showed on the mat. We came out with a purpose and that was to get the job done."
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The Express Times (Circulation: 48,223)
Gregoreks Enjoying Pledge of Allegiance

For a family often being pulled in opposite directions, the Gregorek clan has held together quite well. Mike, a senior defensive end and tri-captain on the Lehigh University football team, may be suiting up in the Brown and White for the last time Saturday when the Mountain Hawks host archrival Lafayette in their regular-season finale. His older brother, Brian, played linebacker at Lafayette, graduating in 2001.
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Eastern Pennsylvania Business Journal (Circulation: 10,200)
Latin American Investment Leads to Life as Bibliophile

David Light, program director of the international trade development program at the Small Business Development Center, was the focus of an article in the EPBJ. A few years ago, Light invested in a Latin American mutual fund. He's still investing, but now he's mainly buying books about Latino history and culture. "Everywhere you turn there's a book," Light said, who estimates that his collection now includes a thousand volumes.
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**Alumni in the News

The Reporter (Landsdale, PA) (Circulation: 18,659)
Lehigh Alum Named Towamencin Township Manager

George Gemmel, who graduated from Lehigh with a degree in electrical engineering, has been named the new township manager of Towamencin. “This is my adrenaline rush. I love this business‚” Gemmel said.
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**News of Interest

Chronicle of Higher Education

The Federal Government should do more to deal with a projected shortage of U.S.-born science and engineering professionals, members of a panel that sets policy for the National Science Foundation said on Wednesday. In a report based on a three-year study, the panel called for more support for students and teachers in those disciplines.
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Posted on Thursday, November 20, 2003

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